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that this is the appropriate work. this is not something we would want to pay for. >> mr. brooks is giving a scope of work and he just to find it as the language which is not in scope of work but rather an indication of what would be done anyway. >> i don't want to get hung up on the terminology. we believe that we can amend the contract. we can work with whoever to figure out what those tasks are. mr. brooks would like you to accept the list that has been prepared that we have objected to. we do not believe these of the tasks that are appropriate. we would like it to be included so that you can force the staff to agree with them rather than the regular negotiation process. >> we should not because -- i would be happy to go over this. this continue refers back to the 2007 ordinances which talk about a 360 megawatt program. we offered you a 30 megawatt program and one was to reduce debt and some because of the risk involved. trying to implement a program that we are not trying to implement is a strange thing to try to get someone to do. we're looking at a rollout and having someone to work for the 60 megaw
in the fall. she just finished 8th grade where brooke wishes she had more time to get to know her. >> i did know she was like a really nice girl and everybody loved her. she had so many friends and was really nice. >> reporter: she has talked to the friends who were with her thursday afternoon. they were walking along the small shoulder on route 136 when gre, r didn't make it across. >> we will do some basic checks that we always do in those types of crashes to make sure there was no problem with the car, and/or, just check further to make sure there was nointed involved but it doesn't appear to be speed say factor. >> reporter: greerr's father is a volunteer firefighter. a stone's throw away from the crash. the chief said tonight the family is also mourning. a neighbor believes the 50 miles an hour speed limit should belowerred. >> there is a lot of young kids in thed neighborhood and a lot of people take walks and they go fast, they go more than 50. >> reporter: as investigators work to find the cause brooke is sad to start without heather. >> i'm praying for her family and everybody a
. new fiber one 90 calorie brownies. in the granola bar aisle. >> brooks robinson. >> rob roblin has the story. >> if you are an o's fan back in the 1960's and 1970's, he was the paster of third base. nobody could make the plays like brooksie. >> he's out. >> he's one of the greatest players to ever put on a uniform. >> workers here were busy picking up the statue's base. for this man, it is something special. >> it is an honor to do something like this. >> it is great to see he's getting this honor. >> he has a 20-plus year career. a -- two world series. >> to have brooks is appropriate , to be in this area and pay tribute to him with a statue i think is long overdue and i'm very pleased to see it. >> in south baltimore they are busy sand blasting the lettering that will go on the steps. this one remembers brooks in 1907 as the world series m.v.p. >> to have this permanent recognition of him as he welcomes fans and tours to everyday citizens to baltimore is a good thing. >> the statue itself is in italy. it will soon be shipped here and be unveiled in late october. >> the statue is
with in their further thoughts as well. are there public comments on this item? >> eric brooks, i am here representing san francisco green party. i was glad to hear a lot of commissioners raise a lot of concerns about financials of the potential for this program rolling out. you can potentially continue it or you can send it on to the board of supervisors. i know they are hot to put something forward on the second and we might want to afford them that opportunity. that item has to do with the local power part of that item has to do with preparation work for the local build out. years ago made very clear that the more of a local build of renewables and efficiency that your cca program has, the lower your price can be to your customers and a much lower -- the lower you can get all of the risks that you are talking about. i just want to correct a little bit your general manager. the advocate side of this debate if you can call it that hasn't been saying that you can do what the staff wants to do at pge prices. we know you can't do that. what we have been saying is that if you do the robust work we ask fo
brooks of the american enterprise says that. what do you mean it's the moral thing to do? >> when the other side talks about doing the moral things. it's only fair for rich people to pay more. it's only fair that we take from people who have more in society and unfair to actually cut programs, especially if they would affect anything less than average incomes. >> that resonates with people. there is a lot of money, redistribution is the moral thing to do. >> sure. in truth. that sounds good until you start thinking about what most americans think what fair is. redistribution is not the definition of fairness to most americans. most americans think that fairness has do with keeping what you earn. that doesn't mean you have to penalize four people or take money away from those that don't have enough. but it's not fair to take more away from people just because we can. we are robbing our future because we have a spending disorder in our government it's really immoral to be stealing away from future generations, pursuit of happiness simply because we can do that. the government today
stolen. >> when carol brook decided to be a beekeeper on the eastern shore, she had the best intentions. >> i thought this was a important thing. maybe if i write about it, maybe i will inspire a faw people to get into bekeeping. bees are responsible for a third of the food we eat. >> just a month into the process, she discovered someone has stolen some of her bees and about 100 pounds of honey. >> it is probably worth $600 to $900. someone has come and disrupted the entire process that we've worked hard to get into place. >> the damage was done when the hive was disrupted. >> it takes about two months to build up that supply of honey. it set the colony back two months in production. >> does this anger you? >> the first couple day i was shaking my head like, who would steal bees? i never even thought about it. >> she's hoping to find out who stole her bees. rob roblin, wbal-tv 11 news. >> all right. hopefully she will get her thengs. >> yes. >> we'll take a look at our top stories when we come back. >> including a wall that collapsed near the arundel mills slots parlor. we'll have the l
, biking, pilates... [ woman ] brooke... okay. i wear yoga pants because i am too lazy for real pants. that's my tide. what's yours? >>> it's the movie millions of people around the world have been waiting for, partly to see who made the cut. "life in a day" opens this weekend bringing together unique youtube videos to show one day on earth. who better to tell us about this than our josh levs who actually told us about it in the first place when rid areally scott came up with this first place. but i got it wrong. it's not a 24-hour span but it's a depiction of life -- >> it's a 90-minute movie. it doesn't take you 24 hours to see. >> got it. i misunderstood. >> i got to see it in advance. it is the best time capsule in the history of the world. it's amazing. take a look at this. ♪ >> i really love my family. >> oh, my god! >> i love football. >> do you promise to love and treasursasure each other? >> we do. >> what happened was people all over the world were invited to take videos of their lives on the same day a year ago. it was july 24th, 2010. open to everyone. and what i love is that
in violence drove him out of the business. so what is going on inside of the illegal operations? ron brooks, leading a drug task force in northern california says there is a connection between illegal growing on public lands and drug gangs based in mexico its not just growers there has got to be a network meaning stash houses and communications. people rent cell phones and drive trucks, people that sell the marijuana for wholesale and retail, people get the money transferred back to mexico, which is where the command and control is for many organizations. you're talking about a very big organization. >> this man talked with athe center for investigative reporting and kque, arrested now cooperating with law enforcement. and tells how grow sites work. >> he's a man they call the lunchman, working as a find of foremen them. run several sites at the same time. [ speaking spanish ]. >> he says he works for a boss that run their businesses like independent franchises. but they aren't big enough to distribute drugs drugs by them selfs so they rely on the cartels the cart yelz distribute california
michael schirmer talks about the believing brain. robert kaufman will be on in two hours and arthur brooks will talk about his book the battle. in four hours the discussion between saudi pipe and grace turner on obamacare. and stephen more discussing the pros and con the public unions. .. from jacksonville there is a billboard on i-95 that says, who is john gall to? may be our next speaker will be able to explain to us. you heard our all-star prediction panel yesterday, you know there were fireworks. well, don laden's was the gentleman who lit the first match and got things really going. he is, if you read the program notes, an avid believer in technology. what happens if it stops jack anyway, to tell us today what the future could be, please join me in welcoming don luskins on "i am john galt." [applause] >> they keep. -- thank-you. thank you for that great introduction. one substantial inaccuracy. i actually am john glat. [laughter] but you all are to. that is the secret. her books are lessons, self-help books, guides to how to live. we can all be john glat. we can all be heroes, just re
80 degrees. # 81 in fredericksburg. 72 in culpepper. 77 in winchester and toms brooke. hagerstown, mid 70s. not much of a heat index out there just yet. as we go later on in the day, heat indices hovering around 100 degrees. no more than a loansonesome rai drop in the mountains. low to mid-90s in the afternoon. so plenty warm day outside today. and we're so far ahead now, we're going to finish up, we had a very warm june. we're going to put the hottest july in the record books. smashing the old record which we set just last july. and now unless august is considerably colder than average, we already have the hottest summer on washington records in the books. we're so far ahead that if august is even average, it's the hottest summer on record. >> thank you, chuck. >>> well, today cyclists now have a new place to pedal. the first part of the inter-county connector bike path opens today. it runs from needle wood road to emery lane about 2 1/2 miles. eventually the trail will be more than 14 miles long stretching alongside the icc corridor. the highway administration says the trail wil
gerson. david brooks is off tonight. a few moments ago, the house of representatives did, in fact, pass the boehner bill by a vote of 218 to 210. they needed 216 to pass. there were no democrats among those 218. michael, what words would you use to describe, as a result of that vote a few moments ago, where we are now? >> well, i think it would be fascinating if it weren't so frightening. we have a situation where about 10% of the republican caucus in the house wanted to humiliate their own speaker in order to get a vote on a balanced budget amendment that is symbolic and completely irrelevant to the process. i think that's a sign of weakness on the republican part. it undermined their negotiating status in the senate. i think harry reid now has a lot of cards. i think he's gone to mitch mcconnell and said, what, do your people need to support my approach, the reid approach?" and that's what i believe to be the main approach that's taken and the housing will have to look at it again and they have to pass it with democratic support. >> lehrer: mark, what's happened? >> the irony, jim, on
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people.so what is going on inside those illegal operations? ron brook who leads a federally funded drug task force in northern california says there is a connection between the illegal growing on public lands and drug gang based in mexico. >> not just the grow. has to be a net work. that means stash house and communication and people that rent the cell phone. people that drive the truck. people that sell the marijuana. well sale retail level. people that get the money. transfer back to mexico which is where the control is for many of the organizations. you gawk a very big organization. >>reporter: this man talked exclusively with the center for investigative reporting and kqed. arrested now cooperate with law enforcement. told us how the grow sites work. >> it is my responsibility to buy fertilizer. food. go to the people in the mountain. >>reporter: he's a man they call a lunch man. he works as kind of foreman who manages the site. frequently they run several sites at the same time. >> i have known other people who have had one lunch for 8 or 10 pot grow but other people
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saddles. remember blazing saddles, mel brooks and richard prior, they did a movie. they had a city called rock ridge, all-white city of lawless problems and the government appointed a handsome, sharp, young black man to be the sheriff. first black schiff ever in rock ridge. he went there answered wanted the towns folk to help him prepare to beat off the thugs and have a better city. they didn't want to join him. he said, you do it for randolph scott. and they would have done it for randolph scott and realizing that, they helped the sheriff. the republicans, well, there'd do it for george bush and they did it for george bush a lot. thank you, mr. speaker. life imitates art. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from new york rise? >> to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman from new york is recognized for one minute. >> mr. speaker, on august 3 the united states will have $306 billion in obligations and $173 billion to address those obligations. at that moment if the debt ceiling
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